Welcome to the Healthy Food Partnership website

The Healthy Food Partnership provides a mechanism for government, the public health sector and the food industry to cooperatively tackle obesity, encourage healthy eating and empower food manufacturers to make positive changes.

Page last updated: 16 July 2018

Public consultation on draft voluntary food reformulation targets

The Healthy Food Partnership’s Reformulation Working Group has considered nutrients and food categories relating to potential new voluntary targets for reformulating food products.

Extended public consultation on the food category definitions and draft targets for sodium, saturated fat and sugars is now open.

The 36 food categories identified are amongst the main contributors to population intake of sodium, saturated fat and sugars.

Submissions supported by evidence can be made via the Consultation Hub

For more information on the work of the Reformulation Working Group please visit the Healthy Food Partnership website. (http://www.health.gov.au/internet/main/publishing.nsf/Content/reformulation)

Healthy Food Partnership Overarching Program Logic

The Healthy Food Partnership Implementation and Evaluation Working Group has developed an overarching “Master” Program Logic which incorporates all Healthy Food Partnership activities. This document is a work in progress and will be updated as required.

You can view the Healthy Food Partnership Overarching Program Logic on the departments webpage

About the Partnership

The Healthy Food Partnership aims to improve the dietary habits of Australians by making healthier food choices easier and more accessible and by raising awareness of better food choices and portion sizes.

Working groups

Working groups have been established to guide the activities of the Healthy Food Partnership and to oversee work under the Healthy Food Partnership priority areas.

Get informed

Information and links relevant to the work of the Healthy Food Partnership.